|Location||93 Hing Shing Road, Kwai Chung, New Territories, Hong Kong|
|Owner||Hong Kong Government|
|Capacity||1500 (261 VIP plastic seats & 1,239 concrete seats)|
|Opened||10 August 1979|
|Kwai Tsing District FC|
|Kwai Chung Sports Ground|
Kwai Chung Sports Ground (Chinese :葵涌運動場) is one of the major sports grounds in the Kwai Tsing District, located in Kwai Fong, Hong Kong. It was built in 1979.
It provides facilities for track and field and football. It is the first such ground constructed with tartan track in the district. It has a covered grandstand. It is located alongside Hing Fong Road (興芳路), opposite to the Metroplaza.
The sports ground is mainly used for school sports days and Hong Kong Second Division League games.
The sports ground is 10 minutes walk away from Kwai Fong MTR station.
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